The season of summer is in full swing and is ideal for a family (or pals!) getaway. Despite what you might believe, there are many great locations that are reasonably priced to visit. So check out one of these fantastic possibilities for your upcoming summer trip!
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Glacier National Park, Montana
The greatest time to see Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park is during the summer. With more than a million acres of untouched splendor and more than 700 miles of trails, there is enough to do here. You’re in need of suggestions. As a starter, consider going for a hike, mountain biking, rock climbing, fishing, or whitewater rafting. Both the park and neighborhood outfitters provide guided hikes and tours. To restock on supplies or to explore, head to the nearby town of Kalispell.
Black Hills and Badlands, South Dakota
In this stunning region of South Dakota, you may learn about Native American history, tour many national parks, and see a number of national monuments. There is a ton great do in the Black Hills and Badlands region, whether you’re interested in history or adventure. View the Crazy Horse Memorial and Mount Rushmore, two enormous stone carvings. In Custer State Park, go hiking or swimming in the lake. There are many national parks to choose from, such as Wind Cave and Badlands. Or visit some of the communities, such as modern Rapid City or the old Deadwood. Additionally, the trip to Wyoming’s Devil’s Tower National Monument just takes two hours from Rapid City.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Summer is the ideal season to visit stunning locations like Michigan, which may go ignored in favor of the vast national parks in the west or the ocean. For an inexpensive summer vacation full of beauty, take a road trip across the state’s northern region. Visit Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore to explore the 100 miles of trails, take in the splendor of the sand dunes and forest against the lake, and learn more about Lake Michigan. Then explore Traverse City’s adorable boutiques and eateries or stop by a few of the region’s wineries. You can park your RV there while taking a boat across Lake Huron to the car-free Mackinac Island after a brief but scenic drive to Mackinaw City.